Clothes aren’t all created equal. If you don’t believe me, look at the difference between men’s and women’s jeans. While men’s jeans have pockets large enough to hold their phone, wallet, keys, and whatever else they might need, women’s jeans have pockets barely large enough to hold a pack of gum – if they have pockets at all. Unfortunately, it doesn’t stop there, and some women are fed up with remaining silent about the injustices they face when it comes to their clothing.
Shirts that can be seen through. Seriously, I despise how many women’s shirts are either too thin or too sheer. I dislike having to wear a tank top underneath my shirts or having my bra show.
Unnecessary details on women’s clothing and accessories include awkward cut-outs, tacky-looking non-functional zips and buttons, random “quirky” words on a t-shirt, ugly frills, out-of-place handbag chains, and so on… I want a plain jumper, not one with “good vibezzz” written in bubble letters on it. We also wish to have pockets!
The crop top is a popular trend right now. I’m sick of looking for a shirt that covers my stomach. I enjoy attractive clothes, but I’m not a fan of how exposed they are.
Every piece of black is a distinct shade of black.
Backless dresses are examples of dresses where you can’t wear a bra. Why create a dress that we can’t wear a bra when they know large ladies would require one?
Pants should be available in inseams other than short, usual, and tall. Why can’t ladies get anything they want on their inseams as males can?
Shirts should also be available in tall and short sizes. I’m tired of torsos and sleeves that are too short.
Customers are asked to become walking billboards with their brands emblazoned on them, and sadly, most purchasers gladly comply.
I wish that all brands’ sizes were the same! I don’t particularly appreciate trying to remember what size of American Eagle jeans I wear and what size of Hollister pants I wear.
When your legs but not your waist are too big for your trousers or shorts.
More businesses should publish the height of their models on their websites, in my opinion. I’ve purchased a lot of dresses that say they’re knee-length, so I figured it’d be around mid-thigh on me, but I got it, and it doesn’t even cover my crotch! It’s as if the models are 5 feet tall or something. Shein provides the height of their models, which makes estimating how long it will take me much more straightforward. And, as others have said, there is inconsistency in sizing.